In "Public Poet, Private Man: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow at 200", academician Christoph Irmscher (Indiana University--Bloomington) in celebration of what would have been the poet's 200th anniversary, draws upon original materials that are part of the Longfellow collections housed in Harvard's Houghton Library, as well as source documents (including drawings and photographs) archived in the Longfellow National Historic Site.
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LONG stands for Longfellow National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
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Longfellow created a sort of mythology using Native Americans and various American Revolutionary war heroes to tell America's story before history books existed," says Jim Shea, site director at Longfellow National Historic Site.
Across the River Charles is Harvard, the oldest university in America and the Longfellow National Historic Site, a mansion which has been kept as it was since the poet died there in 1882.
The Longfellow National Historic Site has an outdoor concert series and periodic poetry readings, as well as an annual Christmas open house and commemoration of Longfellow's birthday on February 27.